Birmingham [UK]- India’s project at the Republic Gamings 2022 officially came to an end, with 61 medals on the last day of the prestigious multi-sport occasion.
While the number is 5 short of last edition’s tally of 66, the Indian section can absolutely be pleased with the number, considered that shooting was not a part of this version at Birmingham.
India had a rewarding campaign at Birmingham 2022, winning 61 medals (22 golds, 16 silvers and 23 bronzes). Battling covered the medal chart with 12 medals consisting of 6 golds while weight training made up 10 medals.
PV Sindhu and also Lakshya Sen got their first-ever CWG singles titles in badminton while Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty also claimed their first CWG guys’s doubles gold on the last day.
At the same time, the Indian guys’s hockey team was not able to overturn the dominant Aussies as well as had to choose a silver after enduring a 0-7 loss.
Ace Indian paddler Sharath Kamal won his 2nd singles gold, broadening his total medal tally to 13 at the Gamings. Sathiyan Gnanasekaran, on the other hand, secured his first CWG songs medal, a bronze.
The men’s triple jump group created background with a 1-2 surface, as Eldhose Paul won gold and also Abdulla Aboobacker Narangolintevid got a silver in the final of the men’s triple jump. Avinash Sable landed the silver medal wrecking the Kenyan syndicate on the podium in the men’s 3000m steeplechase. Tulika Maan and Shushila Devi headlined the success in judo with their silver medals.
India won their first CWG medals in yard bowls, gold for the ladies’s fours and also the men’s fours team secured a silver. Boxers Nitu Ghanghas, Amit Panghal as well as Nikhat Zareen won golds also in their respective categories.
India won the silver medal in the inaugural ladies’s T20 cricket competitors in addition to a bronze medal in women’s hockey.
Sanket Sargar was the initial Indian to win a medal in Birmingham, clinching silver in the men’s 55kg weight training classification. Mirabai Chanu was the very first Indian to win a gold medal at CWG 2022 while Jeremy Lalrinnunga was the very first Indian guy to secure gold and complete the platform ahead at Birmingham.
Sudhir bagged the first medal for India, a gold, in para-sports at the Birmingham 2022. He became the champ in the para powerlifting males’s heavyweight classification.
It was a magnificent campaign for India in wrestling as they won 12 medals in Birmingham 2022 project.
Bajrang Punia efficiently protected his title as well as won his 2nd succeeding gold medal in CWGs. While Deepak Punia landed his maiden medal in CWG as well as he got it performed with gold under his kitty. Sakshi Malik additionally returned to her finest and asserted gold to add even more to India’s tally.
It was a wrestling bonanza on Day 9 as India won 6 medals. Vinesh Phogat landed gold at the Republic Gamings. Ravi Dahiya and Naveen, meanwhile, secured their very first medal at the CWG, coloured gold. Pooja Sihag, Pooja Gehlot and Deepak Nehra– all won bronze.